Mobilink and OLX Extend Their Partnership of Free Internet Offer
Mobilink and OLX brings a good news together that they are extending their collaboration to offer free mobile browsing of all OLX website variants as well as OLX app over Mobilink network. By the extension in the collaboration of Mobilink-OLX partnership, all new and existing Mobilink prepaid customers will be able to enjoy unlimited access to OLX website as well as OLX mobile app to sell and buy used products absolutely free over the favorite network of Pakistan, Mobilink. Through any browser, this free internet offer can be availed. Any internet enabled mobile phone (iOS, Android or Windows operating system) will be able to facilitate free OLX offer. There is no data usage limit for browsing OLX website and app for volume-based mobile internet bundles.
The Co-Founder and CEO at OLX, Alec Oxenford, commented on extension in partnership of Mobilink and OLX, “The partnership between OLX and Mobilink signifies 2 industry leaders coming jointly in the concern of providing an advanced user experience. The offer will allocate Mobilink users to browse free of charge on the OLX mobile website and the OLX App, which is available on Android, iOS and Windows. OLX is the #1 used goods marketplace in Pakistan and the driver of consumer-to-consumer (C2C) trade for vehicles, mobile phones, laptops, home electronics, as well as household goods. OLX believes in Classifieds for all, and the Mobilink partnership is an enabler of this thought.”
The Head of Data at Mobilink, Aamer Manzoor, commented on extension in partnership of Mobilink and OLX, “Mobilink believes in constantly enriching its services with new and innovative facilities for its customers. Our partnership with OLX is a proof to our efforts in promoting mobile internet and innovation in Pakistan, by partnering with a number of of the leading global brands. I am sure that our customers will take utmost advantage of this association and use this free facility of accessing the largest online market place in Pakistan over Mobilink’s high-speed internet.”